Dear friends and all who might read this small article, you must consider life after death. The word of God explicitly tells us that beyond this life we will stand before an infinite holy God, Who is just in all of His ways. I personally, by the power of the Holy Spirit, believe every word that is presented to me within the Bible, but for you who do not, you must still harken to the fact of its possibility, which is a true reality. For all creation declares the glory of this King, Jesus Christ, whom I serve, who will one day judge each person according to His perfect righteousness. It is at this one point we must briefly stop to consider.
David Spiller (Rep.) defeated Craig Carter (Rep.) for the HD 68 seat to replace Senator Drew Springer (Rep.). Having the support of former candidates John Berry and Jason Brinkley helped to push Spiller to the win along with the backing from former Governor Rick Perry, who said, “I strongly urge conservatives to join behind David Spiller. He is a strong conservative you can trust.”
Max Greiner’s “One-man Art Show and Exhibition,” originally scheduled for Feb. 24, has been rescheduled for April 22, 2021. The show was delayed because of the damage to the venue by the recent winter storm.
In Jan. 2021, the Olney Chamber of Commerce hired Deidre Choat-Brown as the new executive director. Chamber Board President Anna Rogers said they hired Choat-Brown for many reasons, and they were especially convinced when she said she was willing to put in the work to excel on the job. “Deidre has a lot of passion for everything that she does. And she is very detail-oriented, a great communicator, and we believe she will do a great job of being that liaison between the board and the community,” Rogers said. “Deidre told us in her first email inquiring about the job that even if she needed to train for some of the tasks required for the job, she was willing to put in that time and effort. We are excited to have her.”
Under the guidance of Lamb’s Tale Ministries, the Haven River Inn, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, provides respite care for those in full-time ministry. Lamb’s Tale Ministries’ mission is to allow those serving in ministry a time to reflect on their calling and have an opportunity to refresh their minds and souls. Lamb’s Tale Ministries relies solely on donors to provide the funds necessary for their stay. The Haven River Inn is compensated at a reduced rate for this service to help serve God’s purpose.